Just wanted to wish all the mothers, mothers-to-be, and mother figures out ther a very special Happy Mother’s Day! May you have a fantabulius day!
Just wanted to wish all the teachers, mentors & tutors out there a Happy National Teacher’s Appreciation Day. Have a good ya’ll!
Happy Resurrection Day!
Have a great day!
Be joyful & give thanks in everything. Don’t eat 2 many eggs, save a peep 4 me.
Éirinn go Brách.
“May love and laughter light your days,and warm your heart and home.May good and faithful friends be yours,wherever you may roam.May peace and plenty bless your worldwith joy that long endures.May all life’s passing seasonsbring the best to you and yours!”
May your drink be never ending.
Have a fantabulous St Paddy’s Day ya’ll.
Hope y’all have fully adjusted to the time change this weekend. As for me, just a heads up, I will be an hour late to every thing for the next week til my internal clock changes to day light savings time.
Happy VD Day!!!
Or is that just, V Day? I always get that confused. Haha. Either way, hope you’re having a fantabulous day.
Wishing you a very Happy New Year. May 2013 bring you many joy, peace, happiness, prosperity & blessings.
Thank you 4 making 2012 great year!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.
May you be surrounded by friends & loved ones, & be filled w/love, joy, peace & happiness.
Have a wonderful day!
Happy Memorial Day ya’ll. Let’s remember & give thanks to those who have/are served/serving our country & for their years of sacrifice, courage & dedication. Have a fantabulous day!
In life, many of the challenges we face are simply distractions from the enemy to keep us from pursuing our destiny. Maybe someone in the office isnt as friendly to you as youd like. Maybe you have a neighbor who always parks in front of your house and blocks your mailbox. Those things may be frustrating, but they have little significance when you look at the big picture of eternity. You cant allow the little things to cause strife in your life.
In scripture, just before David fought the giant Goliath, his brother Iliab tried to confront him. But David knew that arguing with Iliab wasnt even worth his time and strength. He knew his real battle was with Goliath, and he didnt want to be distracted. He simply turned away from Iliab and kept his focus on what he was called to do.
Lets follow the example of David and keep our eyes on whats most important in life. Instead of being led away by frustrations, lets focus on the big picture. Know when to turn away from strife and receive the mark of honor He has for you!
|—||Today’s Word, by Joel Osteen.|
“Connect by Using Constructive Words” by Rick Warren.
Did you know that the words that come out of our mouths are like a tool? Sometimes they’re like a sledgehammer. We swing away without thinking and end up with a pile of relational rubble. Sometimes they’re like a saw, cutting people down. If we keep using these tools, inevitably our relationships are going to suffer.
One reason we aren’t constructive with our words is we don’t realize how powerful they are; yet, I bet you can still remember things people said to you in a thoughtless way as far back as grade school or college. That’s how powerful words are. They leave a lasting impact. So when it comes to your mouth, think of it as a power tool and be very careful with it.
Here’s how to build instead of destroying with your words —
Stop excusing — Stop saying, “I didn’t really mean to say that.” Realize that what you say impacts everyone around you.
Talk less — If it’s a power tool, you don’t have to use it as much. One of the reasons we get in trouble is we just talk too much sometimes.
Listen more — If I listen more, I can understand people’s needs.
Start building — Think first of all, “What do they need?” How can I use a word of encouragement to build them up? How can I use a word of challenge to make a difference in someone’s life? How can I use my words to build up the people I love the most?
|—||“Connect by Using Constructive Words” by Rick Warren.|